Sun Nov 28 11:43:24 PST 2004
begin Etienne Goyer quotation:
> Greg Folkert wrote:
> >Yes. Many actually preferred the interface vs. the Windows
> Not very surprisising when you compare the Ubuntu default Chocolate
> theme with XP's Luna. Or even Classic.
Yeah, but don't let this get out. If they figure out that
candy-cane crayola color schemes aren't the best for legibility or
professionalism, they'll fix it.
When I was working a summer job at an insurance company as a
teen, one guy had changed all his OS/2 colors to red, blue, and yellow
on yellow, red, or blue. I had to help a guy fix it to maroons and
browns so that he could "get work done". I know how I'd help change
the colors nowadays...
"Some of us figured out in the 1950s Nick Moffitt
that blacklists were a bad idea. firstname.lastname@example.org
Some of us have that lesson still ahead of us."
-- John Gilmore, on RBLs.
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